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SHTFplan: Hurrah for Midterm Gridlock!

Prepare yourself. Buy physical silver and storable food. This article was originally published by Kurt Nimmo at Another Day in the Empire Thankfully, the “most important election in recent memory” is over and the results have turned out as expected. Democrats now control the House. Republicans picked up a couple seats in the Senate. Trump’s […]

Wall Street Seems To Believe That Endless Gridlock And Political Turmoil Will Be Good For America

via the economic collapse blog Be prepared for the next great transfer of wealth. Buy physical silver and storable food. It is difficult not to admire the relentless optimism on Wall Street.  A divided Congress is going to guarantee two years of gridlock and political turmoil in Washington, but many in the financial community are […]

Jamie Dimon: “It’s Embarrassing As An American Listening To This Stupid Shit We Have To Deal With”

One month after Goldman CEO Lloyd Blankfein trolled Donald Trump, when on June 9 in only his 4th ever tweet, the chief executive sarcastically said on Twitter “Just landed from China, trying to catch up…. How did “infrastructure week” go?” moments ago Jamie Dimon, in very uncertain terms, lashed out at the gridlock in Washington […]

Gas shortage and gridlock fray nerves

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Charting the Fiscal Cliff: Nothing to Win, Everything to Lose

Be prepared for the next great transfer of wealth. Buy physical silver and storable food. wealthwire.com / by Adam English / Tuesday, September 25th, 2012 Now that the eurozone has backed away from disaster due to the ECB’s new bond program and Germany’s cooperation, all eyes are turning across the Atlantic. The USA is a […]

Gridlock in D.C.

Casey Research March 15, 2012 4:38pm GMT By the Editors of The Casey Report, Casey Research The first session of this 112th Congress was spent with Democrats and Republicans at loggerheads over the debt ceiling, taxes, spending cuts, the deficit super committee, appropriations bills and finally the extension of unemployment compensation and a two-month extension […]